Buffy the vampire slayer and philosophy : fear and trembling in Sunnydale / edited by James B. South.

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: South, James B., 1960-
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Chicago : Open Court, ©2003.
Series:Popular culture and philosophy ; v. 4.
Subjects:
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Faith and Plato : "You're nothing! Disgusting, murderous bitch!" /
  • Greg Forster
  • Also sprach Faith : the problem of the happy rogue vampire slayer /
  • Karl Schudt
  • "The I in team" : Buffy and feminist ethics /
  • Jessica Prata Miller
  • Buffy the vampire slayer as feminist noir /
  • Thomas Hibbs
  • Feminism and the ethics of violence : why Buffy kicks ass /
  • Mimi Marinucci
  • Balderdash and chicanery : science and beyond /
  • Andrew Aberdein
  • Pluralism, pragmatism, and pals : the slayer subverts the science wars /
  • Madeline M. Muntersbjorn
  • Between heaven and hells : the multidimensional universe in Kant and Buffy the vampire slayer /
  • James Lawler
  • Buffy goes to college, Adam murders to dissect : education and knowledge in a postmodern world /
  • Toby Daspit
  • "My God, it's like a Greek tragedy" : Willow Rosenberg and human irrationality /
  • James B. South
  • Should we do what Buffy would do? /
  • Jason Kawal
  • Passion and action : in and out of control /
  • Carolyn Korsmeyer
  • Buffy in the buff : a slayer's solution to Aristotle's love paradox /
  • Melissa M. Milavec and Sharon M. Kaye
  • A Kantian analysis of moral judgment in Buffy the vampire slayer /
  • Scott R. Stroud
  • Brownskirts : fascism, Christianity, and the eternal demon /
  • Neal King
  • Prophecy girl and the powers that be : the philosophy of religion in the Buffyverse /
  • Wendy Love Anderson
  • Justifying the means : punishment in the Buffyverse /
  • Jacob M. Held
  • No big win : themes of sacrifice, salvation, and redemption /
  • Gregory J. Sakal
  • Old familiar vampires : the politics of the Buffyverse /
  • Jeffrey L. Pasley
  • Morality on television : the case of Buffy the vampire slayer /
  • Richard Greene and Wayne Yuen
  • High school is hell : metaphor made literal in Buffy the vampire slayer /
  • Tracy Little
  • Feeling for Buffy : the girl next door /
  • Michael Levine and Steven Jay Schneider.